You’re awesome! Many thanks!
Hey guys—when uploading a theme, what do you do with the 590×300 preview image?? There’s a place in the form for Theme Preview, but that’s for the zip file of preview images the user sees when they click the “Screenshots” button. The 590×300 image is the one that pops up when you hover over the thumbnail.
I’ve checked the docs over and over and see nothing about this. I seem to remember there was a special field in the upload form for it, but that’s no longer there. Obviously things have changed, but they never updated the docs.
Can anyone throw me a bone?
Oh, and while I’m at it, there used to be docs on adding a text file to the Theme Preview zip file to add descriptions to your images. Now, those docs have disappeared, too. Anybody remember the format/protocol for that?
It sounds great on paper, but Envato doesn’t exactly have a good track record with implementing changes to the marketplace. And to make matters worse, you’re making this mandatory as of tomorrow?!? What?!? Why not give it a month and allow authors time to test it and metabolize it into their themes?
Also, being presented with simple spelling mistakes in comments when opening the functions file of the “toolkit library” (and, why is that the name? That’s a horrible name for a theme sample. It’s not a library at all!) doesn’t inspire confidence that you’ve dotted all the i’s and crossed all the t’s on this.
Overall, it sounds great. But I have huge concerns.
I would love to do something like this, but I blew my knee out playing tennis years ago and can’t run anymore. So, I do neighborhood walks instead.
Also, I could never understand why the need for a separate sensor with the Nike stuff. I just downloaded this free Pedometer app for my iPhone that doesn’t need a sensor: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/pedometer-free/id362306160?mt=8
Doesn’t help w/ the challenge, but if there’s anyone looking for a decent pedometer app…